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1. Functions Of Infochemicals In The Host Selection Of Plutella Xylostella,and Its Parasitoid,Diadegma Semiclausum
2. Study On Foraging Behavior And Baiting System For Odontotermes Formosanus (Isoptera: Termitidae)
3. Diet And Digestion Of Giant Panda With Reference To Its Nutritional And Energetic Strategy
4. Economic Foraging Decisions: The Behavioral Response Of The Parasitoid, Venturia Canescens
5. Behavior Ecology Studies Of Host Foraging Of Meteorus Pulchricornis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
6. Study On The Foraging Behavior And Baiting System Of Toxic Bait For Solenopsis Invcita Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
7. Survey Of Seasonal Foraging Activity And Feeding Preference Of Termites In The Field And Under Laboratory Conditions
8. Approaches To The Diet Selection Behavior Of Grazing Sheep
9. Study On Foraging Behaviour Of Grazing Animal (Cattle) At Plant Individual And Patch Levels
10. Studies On The Spring's Spider Diversity In The Vegetable Fields Of Jingzhou And The Foraging Behavior Of Advantage Grows
11. Effects Of Nourishment And Fecundity On The Main Metabolite Concentrations Of Campoletis Chorideae Uchida
12. Effects Of Species Diversity In Leymus Chinensis Community On Foraging Behavior Of Sheep
13. The Response Of Foraging Performance Of Sheep And Vegetation Characteristics To Stocking Rate In Stipa Breviflora Desert Steppe
14. The Community Condition Of Stipa Breviflora Desert Steppe And Foraging Behaviors Of Goats And Sheep In The Winter And Spring
15. Effects Of Plant Spatial Distribution On Foraging Behavior Of Sheep
16. Effects Of Plant Secondary Metabolites (Flavone) On Foraging Behavior Of Sheep
17. Research On Adaptability And Foraging Behavior Of Different Afforestation Species To Soil Nutrient Heterogeneity
18. Effects Of Volatile Organic Compounds From Artemisia Frigida Wild. On Intake Mass Of Domestic Animals
19. A Preliminary Study On Sheep Foraging Selectivity And Plant Associational Defense
20. Karst Region Cows Nutritional Needs Of The Model And Feeding Behavior Studies
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